Our previous ‘Listicle’ about Piton Beer-batter fish and chips received plenty of praise and positive comments, proving that this Lucian take on a British favourite is in high demand. It’s also obvious that you love our Piton beer and how delicious it makes the fried fish. That’s why we’re now giving you a Part Two!
All of the restaurants in this feature are located in Rodney Bay. Maybe you can go “Fish + Chips hopping”!
The relaxing, casual setting of this restaurant and bar makes it the perfect place to chill while enjoying some fish and chips and maybe a Piton beer. Not on Thursdays though – sadly Delirius is closed that day.
(Located near Big Chef)
Don’t fret! The only evening that Island Mix is open is Thursday and, guess what? The menu is . . . exclusively Piton Beer-batter fish and chips. Enjoy your meal with a beer, a wine or a fresh local juice.
St. Lucia Yacht Club, Reduit Beach
It’s a guarantee that you’ll be hungry after taking a swim in the sea. Thankfully, the St. Lucia Yacht Club is popular for whipping up fish and chips on Saturday and Sunday lunchtimes.
Hi Tide Restaurant, Bay Gardens Beach Resort
The beer-batter here is a little different: our locally brewed Heineken is used rather than Piton Beer. There’s no doubt that the fish and chips are just as good.
The Yard Café
Fish and chips are cooked freshly with Piton Beer-batter on Fridays at the Yard Café. The preparation is filled with love and you’re able to view every detail as the food is cooked to order, right in front of you.